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He is named for the Blarney Stone which I kissed in 1960. He is standing on a piece of cork(for County Cork in Ireland)and has a walking stick made from a honeysuckle vine. Like all good leprechauns, he is dressed in green and wears a tall hat with a brim. He has a shamrock for a necktie and an Irish coin at his feet. If you look closely, late in the afternoon, you'll see a little Irish mist settling around him.
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